Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, Hodges, Johnny & His Orchestra Just a Memory cover

Just a Memory
by , & Hodges, Johnny & His Orchestra
Lyrics and Meaning


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Jan 1, 2011
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Just a Memory Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Layin' about, lyin' in bed
Maybe it was something that I thought I'd said
With the tempo of today and the temptation of tomorrow
I don't know if I could give you anything but sorrow
Verse 2
They stay alive this late on Radio Five
But the pen that I write with won't tell the truth
'Cause the moments that I can't recall
Are moments that you treasure
Better take another measure for pleasure
Verse 3
Losing you is just a memory
Memories don't mean that much to me
Losing you is just a memory
Memories don't mean that much to me
Verse 4
Now you're here, I'm here too
Could be this easy for me and you
Verse 5
Losing you is just a memory
Memories don't mean that much to me
Losing you is just a memory
Memories don't mean that much to me
Verse 6
Lyin' about, layin' in bed
Maybe it was something that I thought I'd said
Verse 7

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